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Re: The sound is cutting in and out and the system runs...
I'm assuming you are running XP. Here are some things to try:
1. In your web browser (Internet explorer) click on the 'tools' menu
2. click on 'Internet Options'
3. Under browser history click on 'delete'
4. The first 2 options are to delete temporary files and delete cookies. Do those two things.
6. 'Start' 'All programs' 'accessories' 'system tools' 'defrag' and run the defrag program.
8. Virus scan all files on your computer.
I will be notified if you post any problems with the above. Your computer should run faster.
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Could you verify that the headphones are fully plugged into the jack? Also, go to the control panel and right click on your audio device. Go to properties then details. Try to search for a new driver using the hardware id.
most system has seperate audio ports for the speaker and the headphone but they are interchangeable. try plugging the speaker on the audio your using for the headphone. if your already using the same audio jack then try using another speaker, but since you mentioned that the headphone works then its possible you might need to replace your speaker
If the sound is coming from headphone jack then its mean that the drivers and windows installed correctly, you may check the speakers and speakers connection of your laptop. the speaker jack may be loosen or speakers may gone faulty.
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Chances are that the wires connecting the speakers to the main board have been cut. The same thing happened on my 710m, I no longer have any sound and have been trying to figure out how to get replacements, I've found a few on Google, but have some apprehension about opening up the whole thing and replacing them. Hope yours is just a driver problem.
u found new hardware when u bootup u r system that is u r Sound Card u need Proper Drivers to wok it .please Go to IBM site & select proper drivers for u r OS
If u want some link please use below link for geting Sound drivers for u r Laptop.....
Before going to any shops, here is a suggestion that can't hurt anything.
Go to the Control Panel and click on Sounds and Audio Devices. On the Volume tab at the bottom, you will see "Speaker Settings". Click on the Advanced button. Change that setting to "Stereo headphones". You should hear the sound only through the headphones then.